Gilead is now accepting applications for the Getting to Zero HIV Prevention Grants Program. Gilead intends to support the efforts of community‐based organizations, public health or social care institutions or similar umbrella organizations that demonstrate the ability to deliver projects aimed at getting to zero new infections through prevention activities.

Gilead will consider applications that reach diverse geographic locations within Canada, Australia and Europe. They welcome proposals which target specific prevention activities aimed at the following hard to reach populations including:

▪ Transgender people
▪ Sex workers
▪ Immigrant and refugee communities
▪ Women
▪ Indigenous Persons
▪ People of colour

Prevention activities may include testing and/or awareness raising initiatives, educational programs, safer sex practices, and HIV pre‐exposure prophylaxis as part of a comprehensive prevention strategy. Go here to learn more.